A high level delegation from USA visited Lebanon consisting of: David Lavon Meyer, Mayor–City of Fairfax . Peter David Tarter, Mayor city of Falls Church. Marty E. Nohe, Prince William County Board of Supervisors and chairman of the Northern Virginia transportation commission. Scott Kiefer York, former Chairman of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors And
A member of the Board from HHRD USA “Imal Latif Azom” visited the Regional Office in Jordan where he met with the Regional Director and toured the building. He also visited some orphans families and witnessed some Quran memorization activities. He also distributed some food parcels to needy Syrian families and visited one of the
The Regional Director of HHRD MENA , Yaser Alkhooly and Operations Managers, Hisham Alzayed, met with His Excellency the Jordanian Minister of Health Dr. Mahmoud Al-Sheyyab. Discussions were made on methods of expanding joint cooperation.
HHRD Wash & Sanitation Program team delivered five rest rooms to five Syrian refugee families in Almafraq. These families live in bare minimum tents and these rest rooms will make their life healthier.
“Helping Hand” food support program team completed distributing the first quarter quantity of food parcels for 2018. Two thousand people benefited from this distribution (most needy Syrian refugees in Jerash, Irbid and Amman).
The Youth Empowerment Program, Internship Project, made a celebration for two internees who finished training and delivered them certificates. The internees appreciate this initiative of “Helping Hand” and thanked the generous donors.
The Higher Education Support Program, Scholarship Project, held a meeting with the students who benefit from full university scholarship in “Alzarqa University” in order to pursue their living conditions and their education attainment.
The “Education Support Program team of “Helping Hand” continued home visits of the sponsored orphans in Amman and Jerash in order to see the living conditions of students and their educational attainment progress.
The Skills Development Center of Helping Hand finished the training courses for March 2018 as per our plan. The courses include: Embroidery (beginners and advanced) Handicrafts (beads). The number of participants in these courses is 41 sisters .
The Orphans Support Program team followed up the orphanage building sponsored by “Helping Hand” during which monthly building rental was paid and financial support were distributed on the families. Also medicine and maintenance services were provided. Our team met with the orphans and their mothers who are pursued on daily basis by specialized teachers for